Increase energy and Boost Metabolism with B12
B12 is a vitamin essential to the normal functioning of the entire nervous system as well as to the formation of red blood cells. Benefits of vitamin B12 injections include:
Eliminates fatigue by boosting energy levels
A combination of folic acid/vitamin B12/vitamin B6 injections may reduce levels of homocysteine, an amino acid that contributes to heart disease
Delays the progression of Alzheimer’s disease (research has revealed that most Alzheimer’s patients lack sufficient amounts of vitamin B12)
Aids in protecting DNA from free radicals (molecules that contribute to the aging process)
Studies show that supplementing with vitamin B12 can prevent depression, restore better mood and retain healthy memory and mental functioning. Restoring B12 to healthy levels can treat anemia, help with conversion of macro nutrients and production of creatine(beneficial for building muscle mass) and reduce muscle weakness.
B12 shots may help overcome a sluggish metabolism and even help with weight loss. Because injections might give patients more energy and regulate hormone production, it’s possible to experience changes in appetite.
PROTECTS THE HEART
Vitamin B12 is needed for the
conversion of homo cysteine and therefore can prevent
conditions or complications like heart attack, stroke, or
coronary heart disease.
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Results Testing Services provides Hydroxocobalamin B12 Injections
What is Hydroxocobalamin? ( also known as Hydroxo )
Hydroxocobalamin plays an integral part in DNA synthesis and supports cell replication. The compound also has an important role in the conversion of harmful homocysteine into beneficial methionine, an essential amino acid. It helps with energy production and is necessary for normal brain and nervous system function. Hydroxocobalamin is a chemical compound with a similar structure to vitamin B12. Even though the human body doesn’t produce hydroxocobalamin, bacteria in the digestive tract are able to convert it into a usable form. Commercial and pharmaceutical versions of hydroxocobalamin also use bacteria to create large volumes of the compound for therapeutic purposes.
Hydroxocobalamin is a Remedy for B12 Deciency and provides many benefits
Hydroxocobalamin is commonly used to address vitamin B12 deficiency. When the body’s stores of vitamin B12 are low, injections of hydroxocobalamin are often used to restore B12 levels. B12 deficiency is linked to many negative health effects, including neurologic, gastroenterologic, psychiatric, and blood disorders. There’s no question it’s one of the most important nutrients our bodies require. In one case, an individual su-ering from seizures and psychotic symptoms achieved a complete recovery after B12 intervention. Vitamin B12 helps your body use fat and carbohydrates for energy and make new protein. It is also important for normal blood, cells, nerves and brain function. A study found hydroxocobalamin to be effective for reducing the frequency and duration of migraines. It is also used to treat diseases in the eyes.
B12 Deciency Causes:
Whether you’re avoiding animal products or su-ering from digestive or absorption issues, you may develop a B12 deciency. Even meat eaters who constantly consume this essential nutrient may become decient under certain circumstances. The most common causes of a vitamin B12 deciency include:
Pernicious anemia is when the body doesn’t absorb B12 and in turn doesn’t produce enough red blood cells. People with this condition must regularly receive B12 supplementation. Hydroxocobalamin has been traditionally used against pernicious anemia based on research indicating the body more readily retains it.
Individuals who adhere to a strict vegetarian or vegan diet may not receive enough vitamin B12. The vitamin is mostly present in animal-based foods such as meat, eggs, sh, and milk. This places many health-conscious vegetarians and vegans at risk, prompting supplementation as the main avenue through which the nutrient can and should be obtained. Pregnant women who are vegetarians or vegans will also need to supplement, as a deciency can greatly impact the fetus.
If the stomach or small intestine experiences functional or structural damage, the body may have trouble absorbing enough vitamin B12 (and other nutrients). People who su-er from celiac disease also have diffculty digesting gluten and absorbing nutrients.
Unfriendly organisms in the intestines can reduce the amount of B12 available for absorption.
The B vitamins are necessary for nerve function, energy production, and metabolic processes inside the body. Do not risk deciencies of these essential nutrients! If you are experiencing symptoms related to vitamin B12 deciency, it is pertinent that you receive testing to make sure your levels are in check. If not, supplementation may be necessary until the proper amount of B12 has been established.